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Do you have a band?

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    Yup
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    I "was" in one (well what happened, comment)
    44.83%
    I really cba getting into one
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    Never even tried
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    Never tried....music for me does not go beyond the CD player :p:
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    (Original post by n u c l e a r b u d d h a)
    I went for 'never even tried' but I'd love to get something together in the future. I have plenty of ideas. :p:
    can I be in your future band? :puppyeyes:
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    I'm supposedly in a band, but we have yet to even get all of us together at the same time/place, very useful living about 1 hour away from each other. But anyway, our bassist, is off to uni next year, so yeah, as much as i'd love it to work out, I don't see it happening any time soon.
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    I do, but it's made of rubber. Yeah, I can almost hear the collective groan.
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    My band at uni has recently come up with a stunning song about pizza and carlsberg... very simple song at heart... but very catchy... its a sing along song. Not recorded it yet though I'm afraid.
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    Hurry up and get it uploaded
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    my flatmate (the song writer and probably the singer) is away for a week and a half I'm afraid... plus we still need to fine tune it a little bit.
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    I'm genuinely excited :p:
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    Yup.

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    (Original post by dangle)
    can I be in your future band? :puppyeyes:
    Yeah. :p: What can you do? I wouldn't mind a couple of drummers.
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    I'm currently in 3 bands, writing some orchestral stuff, working on a prog rock opera and trying to fit in my instrumental album somewhere.
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    (Original post by dangle)
    can I be in your future band? :puppyeyes:
    I guess you could. If you can see in to the future
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    well, I was in a Big Band at School for many years, rising from the bottom to become first desk Clarinet (2nd to the leader. There were 2 other first deskers)

    I'm also in a Ceilidh band, although we don't play very often. One or two gigs a year, and that's about it.

    I was in one of these bands that defy any kind of categorisation. There are still mp3s and so on on the web, so I'm not going to say the name, but it was... interesting. Keyboard, drums, electric guitar, bass, electric ukulele...
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    (Original post by Wanderlust)
    I'm currently in 3 bands, writing some orchestral stuff, working on a prog rock opera and trying to fit in my instrumental album somewhere.
    Do you mean like an Avantasia/Rhapsody sort of project?
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    Good to see what kind of bands users and in. Some are in bands others are being lazy:d both are good!

    -MGS-
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    When I was 13, some friends set up a band and I was keyboards

    Worked for all of three days...
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    Fun to see how people have tried it and at what age
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    Definitely worth the experience even if you don't take it too seriously.
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    (Original post by SunburnedCactus)
    Definitely worth the experience even if you don't take it too seriously.
    i agree and also the chance to meet new people!
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    I'm now convinced I'm going to start one at Uni. I have to

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